Great Garlic

Depending on your perspective, garlic can be a welcome addition to nutrition or a to-be-avoided-at-all-costs odoriferous mess. Vampires would definitely have negative opinions about this stand-alone herb, but, then again, you don’t have to be a bloodthirsty monster to dislike garlic. Then again . . . there is an interesting connection between garlic and theContinue reading “Great Garlic”

AIM Keeps Me In the Game

Shared by Blake Thompson, son of Craig and Kristi Thompson, AIM Directors AIM products have been a part of my life from an early age. I have been taking BarleyLife daily for as long as I can remember. Using AIM products daily has helped me live a healthy lifestyle, but AIM’s salubrious effects have beenContinue reading “AIM Keeps Me In the Game”

Nutrition that Works!

March is a health awareness month for nutrition in North America. But where does this “awareness” originate and what is it all about? In the USA, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics focuses “on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits.” The 2018 campaign of the DietitiansContinue reading “Nutrition that Works!”

To Wheat or Not to Wheat … ?

That Is the Question In North America, one of the most commonly eaten grains is wheat. Toast in the morning, sandwiches at lunch, bread with dinner, not to mention the fact that wheat is an ingredient in the majority of processed and packaged foods found in your local supermarket and 7-Eleven. Think about it, wheatContinue reading “To Wheat or Not to Wheat … ?”

Managing Inflammation Improved My Life

Shared by Jan Kusch, AIM Preferred Member My journey with AIM began in February 2012, when I had been diagnosed with chronic dermatomyositis, a rare auto­immune disease that attacks the muscle and skin, resulting in weak muscles and irritated skin condition on my hands, neck, chest, scalp, face and eyelids. Strangers would walk up to meContinue reading “Managing Inflammation Improved My Life”

Fall or Spring into Weight Loss

This year in the Northern Hemisphere, spring arrives on March 20, meaning the end of winter is in sight. In the Southern Hemisphere, March 21 is the first day of autumn, so the beginning of winter is on the way. Whatever the season, this is typically the time of year when a New Year’s resolutionContinue reading “Fall or Spring into Weight Loss”

Reversing Magnesium Deficiency

Magnesium is a mineral that’s gaining a lot of ground these days possibly because of the likelihood of there being less of it in the ground. With nutrient-depleted soil having a serious effect on food crops, there are likely less magnesium-rich whole grains, lentils and green leafy vegetables being consumed. More to the point, theContinue reading “Reversing Magnesium Deficiency”

Under PRESSURE!

CDC statistics reveal that around 75 million adults in America—that’s 1 out of every 3 grown-ups or a whopping 32%—are living with high blood pressure (hypertension) . . . but for how long? Apparently only 54 percent of those with hypertension have it under control. In 2014, there were 1,100 deaths every day that resultedContinue reading “Under PRESSURE!”